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The Deep Ecology Movement Some Philosophical Aspects

@inproceedings{Naess2018TheDE,
  title={The Deep Ecology Movement Some Philosophical Aspects},
  author={Arne Naess},
  year={2018}
}
Increasing pressures for growth have forced the vast majority of ecologists and other environmental professionals into a defensive position. Let me illustrate. The field ecologist K, who both professionally and personally vigorously advocated deep ecological principles in the late 1960s, encountered considerable resistance. Colleagues at the university said that he should keep to his science and not meddle in philosophical and political matters, that he should resist the temptation to become a… 

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